I love physics, especially when it involves the universe as a whole or the most basic and miniscule of particles. I'm a 15 year old girl who's in grade 10 and someday I want to be a theoretical physicist (I think, I'm still looking into everything... and I still find astrophysics very interesting) ...but I'm not very good at math. I like it when math is something less certain, like infinity or pi, but I'm not very good at equations with specific answers. If I could, I'd just be a philosopher and think for a living but unfrotuanatly that won't pay the bills. Is there any kind of physics that doesn't really concentrate on math so much? Oh, and sorry if this is in the wrong place; I've only just joined!